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KINE3000 PRACTICE QUESTIONS for test 2 (part2)
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Department
Kinesiology & Health Science
Course
KINE 3000
Professor
Joseph Baker
Semester
Winter

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Midterm 2 (part 2) ▯ AS/SC KINE 3000 3.0 Psychology of Physical Activity and Health Practice Midterm Examination ▯ Choose the BEST possible answer.▯ 1. What do sport psychology consultants do?▯ A. focus on performance enhancement, and physical and psychological well being▯ B. are most beneficial for elite athletes▯ C. focus on abnormal and problematic behaviour▯ D. are also known as sport psychologists ▯ F. none of the above▯ ▯ 2. What is motivation?▯ A. whether an individual seeks our, approaches, or is attracted to situations▯ B. how much effort an individual puts forth in a situation▯ C. whether an individual maintains intensity of effort over time▯ D. the reason why you do things the way you do▯ E. all of the above▯ F. none of the above▯ ▯ 3. A mental image of the phenomena using terms or images with which we are familiar is A. theory▯ B. model▯ C. theory of planned behaviour▯ D. preparation▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ 4. Challenging individuals to see the benefits of physical activity occurs at which stage in the transtheoretical model?▯ A. pre-contemplation▯ B. contemplation▯ C. preparation▯ E. maintenance ▯ ▯ 5. Which of the following is true about self-efficacy? ▯ A. strategies used to progress through stages▯ B. belief in one’s capabilities▯ C. decreases with stage progression in the transtheoretical model▯ D. all of the above▯ E. A and C▯ F. B and D▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ Midterm 2 (part 2) 6. Organismic integration theory and basic needs theory fall under which theory of motivation:▯ A. transtheoretical model▯ B. theory of planned behaviour▯ C. social cognitive theory▯ D. self-determination theory▯ E. achievement goal theory▯ F. theory of competence motivation▯ G. sport commitment model▯ ▯ 7. Applications for physical activity interventions include:▯ A. improve attitudes toward physical activity ▯ B. target subjective norms▯ C. facilitate perceived behavioural control▯ D. all of the above▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ 8. Personal factors, environmental influences and behaviour are a part of which theory of motivation:▯ A. transtheoretical model▯ B. theory of planned behaviour▯ Personal factors C. social cognitive theory▯ D. self-determination theory▯ E. achievement goal theory▯ F. theory of competence motivation▯ Behaviour Environmental G. sport commitment model▯ influences ▯ 9. Vicarious experience involves:▯ A. changing yourself to master new skills ▯ B. physical and emotional cutes associated with difference performances▯ C. seeing others succeed who have similar skills▯ D. self-talk and encouragement from coaches and significant others▯ ▯ 10. Social persuasion involves:▯ A. changing yourself to master new skills ▯ B. physical and emotional cutes associated with difference performances▯ C. seeing others succeed who have similar skills▯ D. self-talk and encouragement from coaches and significant others▯ ▯ 11.This model explains how individuals initiate and adopt physical activity▯ A. transtheoretical model▯ B. theory of planned behaviour▯ C. social cognitive theory▯ D. self-determination theory▯ E. achievement goal theory▯ F. theory of competence motivation▯ G. sport commitment model▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ Midterm 2 (part 2) 12. Organismic integration theory states that:▯ A. motivation is determined by how well the situation meets the athlete’s need▯ B. motivation is a multidimensional construct▯ C. individuals perceives no connection between actions and outcomes▯ D. all of the above▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ 13. Which of the following is not a part of extrinsic motivation:▯ A. external regulation▯ B. introjected regulation▯ C. identified regulation▯ D. integrated regulation▯ E. all of the above are a part of extrinsic motivation▯ F. none of the above are part of extrinsic motivation▯ ▯ 14. Usain goes running on a regular basis because he wants to be healthy. He is motivated by:▯ A. external regulation▯ B. introjected regulation▯ C. identified regulation▯ D. integrated regulation▯ ▯ 15. Wayne plays hockey because he likes the intense emotions he experiences. He is motivated by:▯ A. external regulation▯ B. identified regulation▯ C. knowledge▯ D. accomplishment▯ E. experience stimulation▯ ▯ 16. Autonomy is known as:▯ A. feeling ownership over behaviour such that one’s actions stem from sense of perceived choice and internal control▯ B. feeling effective and capable when undertaking challenging tasks▯ C. feeling meaningful connections with other in the environment▯ D. all of the above▯ ▯ 17. Allyson decides to run on the treadmill because she feels guilty for eating McDonalds yesterday. She is motivated by:▯ A. external regulation▯ B. introjected regulation▯ C. identified regulation▯ D. integrated regulation▯ ▯ 18. Vincent runs to get personal best times. He is motivated by:▯ A. external regulation▯ B. identified regulation▯ C. knowledge▯ D. accomplishment▯ E. experience stimulation▯ Midterm 2 (part 2) 19. Two disposition-orientated dimensions based on individual’s definition of competence, success and failure falls under which theory of motivation:▯ A. theory of planned behaviour▯ B. social cognitive theory▯ C. self-determination theory▯ D. achievement goal theory▯ E. theory of competence motivation▯ F. sport commitment model▯ ▯ 20. Reference to how one’s performance compares with others is known as:▯ A. basic theory motivation▯ B. mastery experience ▯ C. task goal orientation▯ D. ego goal orientation▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ 21. Individual’s perception of the achievement goals promoted by coach or significant other is known as:▯ A. achievement goal theory▯ B. introjected regulation▯ C. motivational climate▯ D. none of the above▯ ▯ 22. What is involved in promoting a task-orientated climate?▯ A. variety and diversity of tasks▯ B. decision making▯ C. recognizing effort and self-improvement▯ D. grouping▯ E. self-reference performance▯ F. optimal timing of challenge and success▯ G. all of the above▯ ▯ 23. Which of the following is true regarding ego orientation:▯ A. avoid learning opportunities that have risk of displaying error▯ B. strives for perfectionism in maladaptive mannar▯ C. give up in face of failure▯ D. lower abilities youth find ego orientated climates more successful▯ E. all of the above▯ F. A and B only▯ ▯ 24. The five domains that contribute to self-concept applies to which age group and theory of motivation?▯ A. children; self-determination theory▯ B. children; the theory of competence motivation▯ C. adolescents; self-determination theory▯ D. adolescents; the theory of competence motivation▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ Midterm 2 (part 2) 25. Children are innately motivated to be competent in all areas of achievement they value and feel they have control over. This falls under which theory of motivation:▯ A. theory of planned behaviour▯ B. social cognitive theory▯ C. self-determination theory▯ D. achievement goal theory▯ E. theory of competence motivation▯ F. sport commitment model▯ ▯ 26. The psychological state representing the desire or resolve to continue sport participation falls under which theory of motivation? ▯ A. theory of planned behaviour▯ B. social cognitive theory▯ C. self-determination theory▯ D. achievement goal theory▯ E. theory of competence motivation▯ F. sport commitment model▯ ▯ 27. Opportunities that arise through playing sport falls under which theory of motivation?▯ A. theory of planned behaviour▯ C. self-determination theory▯ D. achievement goal theory▯ E. theory of competence motivation▯ F. sport commitment model▯ ▯ 28. Andre Agassi is a professional tennis player. When he was a baby, his father hung a mobile tennis ball above his head and encouraged him to slap at them with a ping-pong paddle. This is an example of:▯ A. Sport enjoyment▯ B. Involvement alternatives▯ C. Involvement opportunities▯ D. Personal Investment▯ E. Social Contrains▯ ▯ 29. What is the difference between arousal and anxiety?▯ A. arousal is a multidimensional negative emotion while anxiety is the state of physiological and psychological activation in a person▯ B. arousal is a multidimensional positive emotion while anxiety is the state of physiological and psychological activation in a person▯ C. anxiety is a multidimensional negative emotion while arousal is the state of physiological and psychological activation in a person▯ D. anxiety is a multidimensional positive emotion while arousal is the state of physiological and psychological activation in a person▯ E. arousal and anxiety mean the same thing▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ Midterm 2 (part 2) 30. Person’s general predisposition to perceive a situation as threatening is known as:▯ A. trait anxiety▯ B. state anxiety▯ C. social anxiety▯ D. social physique anxiety▯ E. competitive trait anxiety▯ F. none of the above▯ ▯ 31. Which of the following is true about the personal sources of anxiety:▯ A. increase in self-regulation strategies reduces anxiety▯ B. decreased self-efficacy reduces facilitative symptoms and increases social anxiety▯ C. increase in trait anxiety results in increased anxiety▯ D. more experience tends to result in reduced intense symptoms and facilitative symptoms▯ E. all of the above▯ F. A, B and C only▯ ▯ 32. Which of the following is true about the environmental sources of anxiety:▯ A. cognitive anxiety gradually increases until the time of the competitive and then decreases▯ B. the use of mirrors are beneficial when completing simple tasks▯ C. wearing loose fitting clothes (if you are less experienced) increases your anxiety▯ D. outgoing and engaging leadership characteristics increase anxiety for the leader▯ E. group activity with members that are outgoing decreases anxiety ▯ F. all of the above▯ G. none of the above▯ ▯ 33. How does anxiety influence exercise behaviour?▯ A. individuals with high social physique anxiety exercise more to improve bodies so they receive positive evaluations▯ B. individuals with high social physique anxiety exercise less to avoid situations of being evaluated▯ C. all of the above▯ D. none of the above▯ ▯ 34. Drive theory states that:▯ A. arousal and performance have a positive linear relationship▯ B. arousal and performance have a negative linear relationship▯ C. arousal and performance have a positive parabolic relationship (U shape)▯ D. arousal and performance have a negative parabolic relationship (inverted U shape)▯ ▯ 35. Multidimensional anxiety theory states that:▯ A. maximum performance occurs when somatic anxiety increases to a certain point and cognitive anxiety is at its lowest ▯ B. maximum performance occurs when individual athletes are in their optimal zone of anxiety ▯ C. maximum performance occurs when cognitive anxiety is at a certain point▯ D. all of the above▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ Midterm 2 (part 2) 36. “Paralysis by analysis” refers to:▯ A. focusing cognition on unpleasant things▯ B. focusing cognition on pleasant things▯ C. muscle tension, fatigue and coordination difficulties▯ ▯ D. becoming paralyzed from the neck down before an athletic competition▯ 37. Which of the following is true for the catastrophe theory:▯ A. low cognitive anxiety occurs when arousal increases to its maximum ▯ B. beyond a certain point of arousal, there is a sudden increase in performance▯ C. the recovery path to reach maximum performance requires an extensive decrease in arousal▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ 38. What are the dimensions of anxiety response?▯ A. intensity of symptoms▯ B. frequency of cognitive intrusions▯ D. all of the above▯pretation of symptoms▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ 39. Concerns or worries that increases an individual’s ability to focus or concentrate is known as:▯ B. somatic anxiety▯y▯ C. social anxiety▯ D. arousal▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ 40.A. mastery and vicarious experiences, social persuasion and physiological and affective states▯ B. personal and social factors influence intentions which in turn influence sport and PA behaviour▯ C. explaining how individuals initiate and adopt physical activity▯ E. none of the above▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ ANSWERS
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